Privilege review can be the most expensive component of discovery. With growing data volumes and sometimes unclear definitions, even well-meaning parties can introduce risk and errors into their process. Learn how to refine the process and increase efficiencies in your next privilege review.
Getting to the bottom of alleged claims is often a high-stakes race to find critical information amidst an avalanche of data. Whether for an internal investigation, early case assessment, or deposition preparation, key document identification is critical. Learn how upfront planning increases your ability to syste...
Consolidation of all the ways an individual can be identified with advanced name normalization techniques provides multiple benefits in discovery. Find out why.
Predictive coding comes in a variety of flavors, such as Simple Passive Learning (SPL) and Simple Active Learning (SAL). In this Q&A, H5 expert Amanda Jones discusses the basics of Continuous Active Learning (CAL), a newer predictive coding protocol used for document assessment in eDiscovery.
The First International Workshop on AI and Intelligent Assistance for Legal Professionals in the Digital Workplace (LegalAIIA) will be held June 17th at the University of Montreal. Part of the 17th International Conference on AI and Law (ICAIL), the workshop will focus on the issue of human-AI collaboration.
Early and effective fact-finding in litigation or investigations, especially in the healthcare realm, is crucial. Is your team hampered by an outdated workflow?
Advanced tools and data analytics can now provide ways to accelerate document review. H5's Jason Richard describes how email threading is changing the game in the newest ILTA Whitepaper, hot off the press. Learn more about the benefits of threading.
The IEEE has recently undertaken a groundbreaking, multidisciplinary effort to identify foundational principles that advance the world toward the establishment of norms for governing the rise of AI. This is of special import to the legal system. Read more about it.
Personally identifiable information (PII) is critical to businesses these days, but just having it on hand comes with great risk, especially in the case of a data breach. There are several methods of finding it in large data populations, but many fall short. What's the best way to identify it?
H5 search experts and attorneys from Covington & Burling presented three investigations case studies in a recent webinar that described how they collaborated – using a tested methodology – to find the critical documents that led to successful outcomes.